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No doubt President Obama will be trumpeting today the fact that the economy snapped back from a shrunken second quarter when he delivers a campaign speech today in Kansas City. But the speech, which will also push the president's proposed plan to
Here is a sampling of editorial opinions from Alaska newspapers: June 27, 2014 Ketchikan Daily News: Multi-use forests The national forests are for all Americans, meaning they should be multiple use...President Obama is being lobbied by a group of U.
Mitt Romney is the Paul the Octopus of the 2014 Republican primaries June 16 at 6:30 AM Last week, he endorsed Nevada state senator Mark Hutchison in the Nevada lieutenant governor primary a race he won . One week earlier, Joni Ernst, whom he
06 pm Dan Sullivan, the Republican candidate for the United States Senate in Alaska, says he will disavow all support from outside special interests if his opponent, Senator Mark Begich, a Democrat, agrees to do the same. Mr. Begich did not accept
ET If you're so inclined, and able, you could soon speak Tlingit, Inupiaq, or Siberian Yupik in Alaska with the knowledge that those and 18 other languages, including English, are officially recognized by the state. Alaska's legislature approved a
Alaska Senate President Charlie Huggins says lawmakers are aiming to complete their work by Saturday night. Sunday is the scheduled end of the 90-day session, but that's Easter. Legislative leaders have said they'd like to complete their work before
Alaska The state Senate passed a $2.2 billion state capital budget Friday, along with a bill to raise the borrowing limit of the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority as part of an overall package to help build a new heat and power plant at the
Alaska Oil and gas company executives said they're prepared to move into the next phase of pursuing a major liquefied natural gas project under terms of a bill that recently passed the Alaska Senate. The House Resources Committee is hearing SB138,
Alaska The Alaska Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed legislation that would allow up to $270 million in financing for two southeast Alaska mine projects...It would allow for up to $125 million in financing for the proposed Niblack mine project...
A physician accused last week by Washington state officials of failing to disclose his ties to the chemical industry played a role in scuttling legislation in Alaska that sought to prevent toxic chemicals from being used as flame retardants in